Daily Archives: May 10, 2019

La marque chinoise de spiritueux, Moutai, lance une campagne de marketing à grande échelle en Tanzanie

Les amateurs de la boisson alcoolisée chinoise accueillent avec enthousiasme la délégation de Moutai culturel, voyage une ceinture, une route dans le Guizhou coloré, commençant la campagne de promotion de la marque dans les pays de l’Afrique de l’Est. DAR

EWTN To Launch African News Agency

ROME, May 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — (EWTN) – EWTN Global Catholic Network announced May 10 that it will launch a news service for the African continent. ACI-Africa will be a Nairobi, Kenya-based Catholic news agency, which will publish content in English, French

NWR promotes domestic travel through social media influencers

WINDHOEK - One thing that cannot be ignored is the impact that social media has on an individual's travel decisions. Many a time when one sees a friend or a family member having visited somewhere, they are drawn to wanting

Local ownership better for sustainability of mining industry – Alweendo

WINDHOEK � Minister of Mines and Energy, Tom Alweendo, yesterday revealed that some foreign investors in the mining industry view the issue of local mine ownership as an irritant or as something that can be wished away. However, Alweendo cautioned

Professionals welcome Nust’s Masters of Architect graduates to address skills shortage

WINDHOEK � The Council of Architects and Quantity Surveyors as well as the Namibia Institute of Architects have wholeheartedly welcomed the recent graduation of the first two Master of Architecture degree holders at the Namibia University of Science an...

Financial literacy training for offenders made possible

WINDHOEK - The FirstRand Namibia Foundation Trust has handed over an amount of N$40 000 towards the Adonai Trust in Luderitz. Rolandi Meyer, FNB Namibia's Luderitz Branch Administrator expressed her delight with the donation to be used towards financia...

Developments in uranium sector begin to look promising

Standard Bank Namibia is excited to collaborate with our clients in the vibrant uranium sector. Over the medium to long term, the uranium sector in Namibia is expected to not only contribute towards the country achieving its socio-economic development ...

Change in mining legislation inevitable – Alweendo

WINDHOEK � It is unrealistic for investors in the mining sector to expect no change in policy or legislation during the duration of their investment, as some of these sectoral investments can be as long as 30 years. Mines and